For the Love of Indie #105

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Ken Dahl‘s Monsters (published by Secret Acres), is the story of Ken and his experience contracting and living with herpes. With some seriously intense visuals ranging from the grotesque to the mundane, Dahl tells his story while also educating the reader. You can buy Monsters here.


Two Dead Queers is the collaboration publication between KM Claude and RE Hellinger. The mission statement of these creators is to make stories that are devoid of censorship, shame, and silence and their horror title, Guillozine is about as far from those things as you can get. Violent, cringy at times, and confident, Guillozine can be picked up here.


Americana, written and drawn by Luke Healy and published by Nobrow Press, is the real life story of Luke as he traverses along the Pacific Crest Trail. The 5 month journey is frought with difficult terrain and self discovery, while also having to deal with the rest of life which refuses to pause for the trip. You can buy Americana here.


Ode by Redbeard4700 puts us in the shoes (or foot stubs) of a silent protagonist who must fine answers when his similarly shaped brethren are slaughtered. Along the way they cross paths with all manner of creature, be it nightmare monster or friendly and wise cat. You can get issue 1 for free at ComixCentral, but HURRY, they close their doors at the end of the month.

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